Edwards Moore are in the process of organising an ‘event’.
SPECULATIVE STORIES: Narratives in Landscape Architecture
“Speculative narrative and the potential of imagination are important factors in creative production.
RMIT University’s Games & Experimental Entertainment Laboratory (GEElab) is currently offering two 3-year full-time PhD stipends to highly motivated Australians or New Zealanders.
un Magazine volume 6 issue 1 Call for Proposals
Deadline: 5 MARCH 2012
un Magazine is Melbourne’s leading independent magazine for writing on contemporary visual art.
Abstract submissions close on Friday 16 December 2011
“The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) and RMIT University are pleased to co-host the inaugural Homelessness Research Conference in Melbourne on Thursday 19 and Friday 20 April 2012.
Sketching the Gamut will be preliminary stage of a larger art project called THE GAMUT.
As part of the Sydney Architecture Festival, Expanded Architecture 2011 invites proposals for collaborative, site-specific moving image projections and filmic installations.
Australian and International architects have taken action, creating an exhibition highlighting the need for emergency shelters in disaster zones and bringing awareness to the public about the role of the design and construction industry in the aftermath of natural disasters.
“AUSTRALIAN MODERN MAGAZINE ARTICLES: SUBMISSION CRITERIA & EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
For contributors wishing to submit articles for AUSTRALIAN MODERN, the subject matter must relate to Australian architecture and design in the mid 20th century.
CALL FOR ENTRIES – CLOSES 31/3
The 2011 inaugural Houses Awards program presented by Houses magazine is now calling for entries from Australian and international design professionals working on an Australian project.
On an international stage the global financial crisis and the current economic instability in Europe is shaping the built environment for future generations.
WRITING ARCHITECTURE: A SYMPOSIUM ON ARCHITECTURAL CRITICISM AND THE WRITTEN REPRESENTATION OF ARCHITECTURE
August 15 & 16
The Institute for Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia
The ATCH (Architecture Theory Criticism History) research group in the School of Architecture at the University of Queensland calls for papers and presentations on the subject of written architectural criticism and the written representation of architecture.